welcome to our Brexit Breakfast Blog
Regular updates on BREXIT and the implications it has on your business' importing/exporting activities.
Your boiled egg could give you salmonella.
Your coffee pot might give you 3rd degree burns.
You could choke to death on a cornflake...
Maybe a lot of Brexit risk factors should be taken with a pinch of salt. Maybe not.
Boss of Dover ferry port says ‘We are 100% ready for a ‘No Deal’.
The man responsible on the other side of the water Jean-Marc Puissesseau says Calais is ready… provided British lorry drivers have the ‘correct paperwork.’ ‘Correct paperwork!’ ‘What’s that?’ you may ask.
If you happen to be a haulier you could find out by going to the Government BREXIT website. There’s a list as long as your arm of the different documents you may need. Register, and they’ll even e-mail you with any additional stuff that crops up between now and doomsday.
At the last count there were 194 publications on the site covering what almost every business needs to do to ready itself in a ‘No Deal ‘scenario.
Click on any one of them and you’ll find lorryloads of detailed guidance.
But it may take ‘til October 31st just to read it.
So, if you don’t have the time or inclination to navigate your way around it, you can still call us.
Currently we are getting calls daily from small one-man bands as well as global blue-chip companies.
We can still look at structuring, recruiting and developing for bespoke solutions.
And we are pretty expert in preparing information packs and training programs for businesses to assist their clients and vendors.
We’d say Britannia Bureau is ready as it can be.
But no matter how much the Government reassures us of its readiness, nothing they’ve come up with is tried or tested.
Maybe it’ll all be alright on the night.
Tomorrow when you crack open your British Lion boiled egg, chances are that it’ll be fine.
P.S. Last week Tesco, Morrisons and Asda eggs were all reported to be carrying salmonella.